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For some specific application I needed to deny access to a MAC address
to a lease. For this reason I modified the dhcp-script behavior and is
called with an extra parameter "access" once a dhcp request or discover
is received. In that case if the exit code of the script is zero,
dnsmasq continues normally, and if non-zero the packet is ignored.
This was not added as a security feature but as a mean to handle
differently some addresses. It is also quite intrusive since it requires
changes in several other subsystems.
It attach the patch in case someone is interested.